Bird Casualties on European Roads — A Review

@inproceedings{Erritze2003BirdCO,
  title={Bird Casualties on European Roads — A Review},
  author={J. Erritz{\o}e and T. D. Mazgajski and Łukasz Rejt},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract. [...] Key Result In western Europe sparrows and Blackbirds are the species that most frequently die on the roads, but in Central and Eastern Europe not only sparrows but also corvids and Barn Swallows make up a high proportion of the victims. Analysis of the monthly distribution of casualties in 10 species shows this to differ between countries, probably because of the geographic variation of certain aspects of their biology (migration, breeding etc.). Several factors affecting the frequency of…Expand
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